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Girl Scouts of Oregon & Southwest Washington

Girl Scout troop leaders make every day the best!

Girl Scout troop leaders work in teams of two or more to guide girls through the Girl Scout Leadership Experience--a progressive series of engaging, challenging, and fun activities like earning badges, exploring science, getting outdoors, selling cookies, and doing community service projects.

With you as their Girl Scout troop leader, girls in your community will have a chance to prepare for a lifetime of leadership, success, and adventure in a safe, all-girl, no-limits environment. Be the mentor you needed when you were a girl--volunteer today!

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About Girl Scouts of Oregon & Southwest Washington


Portland Service Center, 9620 SW Barbur Boulevard, Portland, OR 97219, US

Mission Statement

Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.


Girl Scouts has a 100+ year history of introducing girls to new experiences that help them do something amazing every day. Through our programs girls discover who they are and what they value--all while connecting with others and gaining the confidence to take action in the world.

Girl Scouts of Oregon & SW Washington volunteers are mentors, guides, and cheerleaders for 15,000 girls who are developing skills and friendships that will last a lifetime. Are you ready to make a difference in the way girls see themselves and the world? Get started today!


We'll work with your schedule.


Volunteer locally in the mid-Willamette Valley!GSOSW's Eugene Service Center is located at72C Centennial Loop - Suite 300Eugene, OR 97401



  • Mentoring
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Youth Services
  • Organization
  • People Skills
  • Problem Solving




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Co-leaders set a regular meeting schedule based on their availability (often one-two hour meetings, twice a month). They also work together to plan and organize activities and communicate with troop volunteers and families.
  • Girl Scout membership is required once selected to volunteer.

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